Rowing for Racing offers adult rowing every week May through October for adults with prior rowing experience. The overall emphasis is on strength training, rowing technique, and endurance. Rowers may also participate in regional rowing competitions. Sign up each week.
Registration By registering, you are committing to row this week! We organize coxswains based upon registrants; please help our sanity by registering ONLY if you are committing to row this week.
- Where? Tom's Marina, 2200 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes, VT 05491
- When? 5:00 - 6:30pm
- How Much? Club membership dues for Rowing for Racing are $150.00 for the 2016 season($130.00 for current LCMM members). Rowers also have the option of paying $10.00($8.00 for LCMM members) for a one day club membership instead of seasonal club dues. Money will be collected on the night of rowing.
- WEATHER IS IMPORTANT! If there is a change of plans due to the weather, or any other reason, we will email every registrant on Tuesday by 3pm. If you don't hear from us, we're going rowing!
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Not sure if it's right for you? Questions? Contact Lisa Percival, 802-475-2022, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Important Stuff By registering to row this week, you agree to the following:
I understand that boating on the waters of Lake Champlain involves inherent risk, and understand although unlikely, injury or death can result. I agree to release any and all rights and claims for damages against the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, their staff, volunteers and sponsors that occur while using Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s boats or participating in Museum sponsored maritime events.
If you have a medical condition(s) please check with your physician. Have your physician write a note to Lake Champlain Maritime Museum indicating that he/she knows of no medical reason to prohibit you from participate in our rowing activity.
When & Where
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum: A museum that makes a difference - bringing you underwater discoveries and Lake Champlain adventures.